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Do you know How Many Times You Need to Have Sex to Make a Baby

Written by Freelancing Writer and Editor : Olayinka Sodiq

 

Making babies in Today’s world is a significant business. A significant number of couples seem to get pregnant on the first attempt, while others spend a large number of years or forever trying, but according to a new survey, there’s an actual number of times it takes a couple to get pregnant.

On average, the new survey shows that couples have sex about 78 times from the point they decide to start trying to the time they get a positive sign on a pregnancy test. Those 78 times spread over 158 days or about six months.

According to ChannelMum.com, a parenting site surveyed 1,194 parents and found that most couples have sex 13 times per month when trying to conceive, this may sound like 13 times the fun, but some anxieties come with trying to become parents.

The founder of ChannelMum.com Siobhan Freegard said “While trying to conceive can be fun, it is also hard work, stressful, and not every couple is lucky enough to conceive, so while you’re focused on the baby, try to remember about each other too.

According to study Eighteen percent of men and women said that sexual experience while trying to conceive sometimes felt like a job, while another 43 percent feels pressure to conceive and a fear that they wouldn’t be able to become a slight worry.

Although some people think conception depends on your position. According to research, the most popular position is the missionary style (used by three-quarters of couples) followed by doggy style (used by 36 percent of couples). While other couples think pregnancy happens based on a woman’s cycle, with half of the women trying to time sex to fertile days, and 39 percent improving their diet and taking extra vitamins.

The founder of ChannelMum.com Siobhan Freegard said “While trying to conceive can be fun, it is also hard work, stressful, and not every couple is lucky enough to conceive, so while you’re focused on the baby, try to remember about each other too.

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